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Title: SERVING THE WORLD: A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF NATIONAL CULTURE DIMENSIONS AND SERVANT LEADERSHIP
Authors: Darin R. Molnar
Year: 2007
Abstract: Since its introduction into the leadership and management literatures by Greenleaf,servant leadership has harbored the potential to act as an intellectual and emotionalbridge between worldviews. Development of this bridging structure offers enormousheuristic utility for organizations entering new, international markets. Such organizationsmust attend to the social and cultural norms of the peoples with whom they interact orface possible conflic
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Title: SERVING THE WORLD: A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF NATIONAL CULTURE DIMENSIONS AND SERVANT LEADERSHIP
Authors: Darin R. Molnar
Year: 2007
Abstract: Since its introduction into the leadership and management literatures by Greenleaf,servant leadership has harbored the potential to act as an intellectual and emotionalbridge between worldviews. Development of this bridging structure offers enormousheuristic utility for organizations entering new, international markets. Such organizationsmust attend to the social and cultural norms of the peoples with whom they interact orface possible conflic
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Title: SERVING THE WORLD: A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF NATIONAL CULTURE DIMENSIONS AND SERVANT LEADERSHIP
Authors: Darin R. Molnar
Year: 2007
Abstract: Since its introduction into the leadership and management literatures by Greenleaf,servant leadership has harbored the potential to act as an intellectual and emotionalbridge between worldviews. Development of this bridging structure offers enormousheuristic utility for organizations entering new, international markets. Such organizationsmust attend to the social and cultural norms of the peoples with whom they interact orface possible conflic
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/240176
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